One reader wrote:"This is incredible! I always suspected a conspiracy by the Arminians to cover this classic automobile. This is a rare find! And it helps me to remember that Augustine is pronounced "uh-GUST-tin" and not "OG-gus-steen"!
Makes sense, after all ;). Since you can't have an automobile come alive by it's own will. therefore, all true automobiles are not truly autonomous: they must be made alive by the gracious moving of the turning of the key :DLove the advertisment (the brits pronounce it "ad-ver-tiss-ment", we correctly say "ad-ver-tize-ment") :D.
Thanks for those observations Sir Brass, I always knew we pronounced things right ("rite" as opposed to "royt")
...and Texans don't have accents...everyone else does. (My wife's words - not mine)
Well, you know you can't take Texans seriously unless they're talking baked beans, steer-grillin' (steaks), or about the Allimo =p.Plus, I mean come on, where do you think DALLAS Theological Seminary is located? New England? (I bet all y'all texas calvinsts wish it was)heh heh
Truth be told, you would be amazed at the percentage of 5-Point Calvinists at DTS. And when I attended Criswell College (also in Dallas) almost half the students were 5 Pointers. One of my professors, Dr. Pretlove, was Dr. D. Martyn Lloyd-Jones assistant for many years.
That is interesting considering DTS is considered to be the home of arminian dispensationalism.
For the most part, it is more like a 4-Point (or inconsistent) Calvinism that is being taught. See the Ryrie Study Bible notes for instance. A vast majority of Arminians today hold on to a "Once Saved Always Saved" docrine. (the only "Calvinistic doctrine they will agree will - in part) ...better would be "IF Saved Always Saved" methinks.